This summer, countless retail, hospitality and entertainment properties across the whole country are standing closed and forlorn as a consequence of lockdown destroying their business one way or another. And, no matter what it says in their lease, tenants who have run out of the wherewithal to pay rent, arrears and monthly outgoings, won’t worry about security for their abandoned premises. The responsibility, therefore, inevitably falls back on the sometimes-beleaguered landlord who has his own finance issues to deal with. Unfortunately, these empty units are like an open invitation to thieves, vandals, arsonists or squatters, even fly-tippers if there is an inviting forecourt to dump on. Landlords can well live without all this in terms of time and further cost.
Commercial security specialists, Clearway, have stepped into the breach with exactly what’s needed to stop both criminals and mindless vandals: ShopShield, a fixed-price, retail security solution that is simple, affordable and ticks all the necessary boxes to keep the premises safe and secure until new tenants can move in.
Like an easy to understand and buy, one-stop-shop solution, ShopShield One will cover replacement locks, a temporary letterbox seal, key safe and flammable waste removal. A comprehensive risk assessment is also carried out to highlight any other issues, for which a set of bolt-on services is available to provide additional security measures tailored to the individual needs of the premises. These include a wireless, monitored alarm system, utilities drain down, and regular property inspections. Clearway’s prompt and personal service will do whatever is necessary or appropriate for each individual retail unit, big or small.
Deterrent is the word, affordability the key, and peace of mind the result. Why wait? One call to the specialists and we can solve your empty retail property security problem straight away.
For more information visit www.clearway.co.uk/shopshield
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